Yellow, Red, Blue, 1925
- Each print is delivered with a certificate signed by the Editors.
- Only 200 of each work are available.
- Digitally reproduced with the highest quality archival inks and paper.
- 86cm x 58cm
- 61cm x 41cm
- 43cm x 29cm
Musee National d'Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France/Bridgeman
Box frames are sourced from sustainable plantation timber
Frame dimensions are 20mm face and 37mm depth
Available in Classic White, Matte Black, Tasmanian Oak and Dark Timber
2mm clear acrylic with 80% UV protection rating
Artworks are mounted to acid-free foam core
Artworks are set to the rear of the frame with a 20mm space to the acrylic
The high quality of the paper and inks should ensure a life of more than 100 years if cared for properly.
A museum-quality, smooth cotton high white is used. It is 315 gsm with 100% cotton linters and a silky smooth matte surface.
It is acid and lignin free with an excellent colour gamut.
The surface has a special matte coating, designed for high-quality fine art and photographic reproduction.
Images are printed with archival quality Ultrachrome pigment-based K3 inks onto smooth fine art paper.
The term 'giclée print' (pronounced zhee-clay) refers to an elevation in printmaking technology.
Our printing partner
Vision Image Lab, our professional printing partner, also arranges framing and delivery. You can contact them directly regarding any delivery enquiries regarding this print.
Contact: (02) 9319 3300
“Colour is the keyboard, the eyes are the hammers, the soul is the piano with its many strings.”
A painter, printmaker, watercolourist and pioneer in the theory of abstraction, Russian artist Wassily Kandinsky was born in 1866 and educated in Moscow, graduating in law and economics at the University of Moscow. At the age of 30, he moved to Munich to study art, later founding a number of progressive art groups there, including the Blaue Reiter with fellow artist Franz Marc.
Early on during his time in Munich, he was profoundly influenced by an exhibition of Monet’s works, particularly the impressionistic style of Haystacks. As he progressively discarded objective representation in his own work, he moved towards a more spiritual approach, which eventually brought him to his groundbreaking abstract art practice. Kandinsky produced some 200 woodcut prints, the majority between 1900 and 1911, including 56 for his book, Klänge (Sounds), which he described as ‘a musical album’, and which wove together woodcuts, typography and prose poetry. This seminal work, along with Concerning the Spiritual in Art, and Der Blaue Reiter Almanac, edited with Franz Mark, became an enduring influence on the Expressionist, Dada and Russian Futurist movements.
At the outbreak of WWI, Kandinsky was expelled from Germany and returned to live and work as a teacher in Russia until 1921. There, he became involved with the Constructivist movement, his painting style becoming increasingly geometrical and purely abstract.
Returning to Germany in 1922, he began teaching at the Bauhaus in Weimar. A year later, he had his first New York solo show, organised by the Société Anonyme, of which he became vice-president. In 1924, he, Lyonel Feininger, Alexej Jawlensky and Paul Klee formed the Blaue Vier (Blue Four) group. The Nazi government closed down the Bauhaus in 1933, and later, 57 of Kandinsky’s works were confiscated by the Nazis in their purge of ‘degenerate art’. Shortly after the closure of the Bauhaus, Kandinsky settled in Neuilly-sur-Seine, near Paris, eventually gaining his French citizenship. He died there on December 13, 1944.
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|Delivery within Australia||Delivery time||Price|
|Standard delivery||Up to four weeks||FREE|
|International delivery||Delivery time||Price|
|New Zealand||Up to five weeks||
1 x print $30
2 x prints $30
3 x prints $60
4 x prints $60
Plus $30 for every 1–2 prints thereafter
|Rest of world||Up to five weeks||
1 x print $45
2 x prints $45
3 x prints $90
4 x prints $90
Plus $45 for every 1–2 prints thereafter
- 86cm x 58cm
- 61cm x 41cm
- 43cm x 29cm